Data table gets scrambled after Enum reorder.
My animation system is using a Data Table to look up animations and associated data. But I recently noticed that the display of the data table gets scrambled and I don't know what's right and what's wrong any more which makes it extremely hard to work with.
This happens when I reorder the items in a Enum variable that I am using to identify each animation.
It seems like the table works as it should and it is just the display of it in the editor that is messed up. But it means that I don't know if I make a mistake or not when adding to the table.
Please can this one be fixed?
Also do you know a workaround? (I can't rebuild the table each time I change the enum)
See the mismatches on the left here!
asked Mar 15 '17 at 05:17 PM in Bug Reports
This appears to be working as intended. Using your screenshot as reference, when you set the data table ForwardDash AnimType to the enum element ForwardDash, what is happening is the field in the data table is reading from the enum's field rather than that field's value. What this means is that the data table is looking at where ForwardDash is in the enum, not at ForwardDash itself. So when the enum is reordered - the data table changes because the enum field that the data table was referencing changed.
answered Mar 16 '17 at 08:03 PM
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